|born on||27 November 1965 at 15:30 (= 3:30 PM )|
|Place||St.Rémy, France, 46n46, 4e50|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||05°09' 25°44 Asc. 05°36'|
French politician, born to a Moroccan father, a bricklayer named Mbarek, and an Algerian mother, named Fatima-Zohra. Rachida Dati is the second child of a family of 11. She spent her childhood in Chalon-sur-Saône in Burgundy.
She was a spokesperson for Nicolas Sarkozy during the French presidential election of 2007. After his victory, Sarkozy appointed her to his government on 18 May 2007 as minister of justice. On 23 January 2009 Nicolas Sarkozy announced that Dati would take the second position on the UMP candidate list for Île-de-France constituency in the European Parliament election in June 2009, to which she was elected. She left her post as minister after being elected as a European deputy.
In September 2008, Dati announced that she was pregnant and would be a single mother; she gave birth to her daughter Zohra on 2 January 2009, while she kept the name of the father secret. Only in the course of legal procedures regarding child support it became known in October 2012 that the father of Zohra is casino entrepreneur Dominique Desseigne.
- lover relationship with Desseigne, Dominique (born 19 August 1944)
- parent->child relationship with Dati, Zohra (born 2 January 2009)
- Family : Change in family responsibilities 2 January 2009 (birth of daughter Zohra)
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- Vocation : Politics : Public office (minister of justice 2007 - 2009)